How Organizations are Approaching Pay Equity Studies

Publisher: DCI Consulting

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How Organizations are Approaching Pay Equity Studies

The issue of pay discrimination has been a major focus for regulators and employers over the past few decades. In light of pressure from new state and international pay equity laws, as well as shareholder pressure, many organizations are conducting pay equity studies to discern whether barriers to equal employment opportunity exist within their own organization. With these social and regulatory trends in mind, DCI Consulting created a survey to understand how organizations are approaching pay equity studies in an attempt to share best practices and highlight common concerns.